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Send ANY horse-related question to the Equine Science Center; our faculty and staff have the knowledge, expertise, and resources to provide individual answers based on your horse's condition. However, if your horse appears to need medical attention or is in pain, please contact your veterinarian immediately.
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  • equine nutrition
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Send your questions to Dr. Carey Williams, Associate Professor and Extension Specialist in Equine Management at Rutgers Cooperative Extension: escexperts@aesop.rutgers.edu. Please include your first and last name, city and state of residence, as well as a telephone number where you can be reached in case further details are required. Your response will be emailed back to you, and may be posted to our website for reference. 

 

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